Garden Party Rose, is a hybrid tea rose with delicate looking white flowers edged in pink. This rose is so pretty, it is reminiscent of pastel colors used for a party! The large fragrant roses on the Garden Party rose, are creamy white, with a pink to light lavender color edge. They are great flowers for the garden and the vase!
Type Hybrid Tea Rose
Hybridizer Swim 1960
Flower Characteristics Large, classically shaped double blooms are 5-6" across, with 25-30 petals. The cup-shaped flowers have large flaring petals. Profuse midseason bloom with good repeat
Growth Habits Plant grows tall (5 feet), vigorous, strong and bushy.
Foliage medium green semi-glossy leavesAwards
All-American Rose Selections, (AARS)Gold Medal in Bagatelle
For a dramatic effect in the garden, the Garden Party Rose is lovely planted in groups or drifts. If your garden consists of light/pastel colored roses, try planting some yellow, pink, white,or lavender roses beside it.
This rose has origins to "Charlotte Armstrong" and the Peace rose Rose is very winter hardy, and has better-than-average resistance to Black Spot during wet weather, but is prone to Mildew For those who love and grow Hybrid Tea roses, this one is still popular, and widely planted today.
A nice rose in the garden, or as a cut
flower. It reminds me of those silk roses you can buy with the exact
It's very soft, and romantic looking, and would be great in a "Night
Night Gardens, are gardens created with all-white, or very light colored
flowers. It is meant to be viewed in the evening, when the lack of
daylight make the flowers seem to Glow. To get a
glimpse of what this might be like, take a walk out to your garden at
this time and see how the dark flowers are not visible, but the white
ones come alive at night!
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